Mike McCarthy is unhappy with the way his team performed last week, and a is placing the blame on a couple of his biggest stars.
According to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the Green Bay Packers' head coach was upset by the fact that his team surrendered four turnovers to the Dallas Cowboys, en route to a 30-16 loss on Sunday.
McCarthy spoke to the media on Monday and called out three players for the mistakes made in that game.
"Four turnovers is totally unacceptable. ... Aaron, Jordy and Ty, you have to take care of the football."
Rodgers had two turnovers while Nelson and Montgomery had one a piece. The usually responsible Packers' offense has had issues this season, and now the team is negative-3 for turnover ratio, which ranks 24th in the NFL.
Source: The Green Bay Press-Gazette · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press